The two days at the end of the week is the moment of relaxation, time to chill or perhaps do something fun with family and friends. Make it a weekly routine to sit and hang out with your love ones during these free times, to strengthen the bonding and do some catching up. The get together would surely be better than just sleeping and being lazy.
It can be a weekly lunch, dinner or breakfast, whichever suits everyone’s schedule. But do you know, that Klang Valley have some good breakfast place for you to hit and enjoy a hearty meal to kick start the day?
Check these amazing breakfast place we’ve lined up. The places served tasty food that could be a good idea to hit with your family and friends on the weekend.
1. Dotty’s Pastries & Coffee
Photo: Dotty’s Offical Website
Fan of pastries and western breakfast meal? Good news cause Dotty’s in TTDI might be the place for you. The small cozy cafe is famous for its signature Salted Egg Yolk Cronut, which became a sensation until now. Apart from the array of pastries, the cafe serves good, tasty breakfast meal like the Egg Benedict, Baked Eggs, Soft Shell Crab Benedict and Smoked Salmon Sandwich.
Combine the savoury taste with your favorite sweet pastries for a top notch breakfast meal while enjoying the good company of your love ones. Definitely a good way to start the weekend.
2. Nasi Lemak Wanjo Kampung Baru
A true Malaysian would never say no to Nasi Lemak breakfast, and this place in Kampung Baru is one of the place that sells the best Nasi Lemak.
Nasi Lemak Wanjo from Kampung Baru is not just about coconut milk rice and chili sambal, but the Lauk selection is just amazing it makes you drool. Match your favorite Lauk with the Nasi Lemak for a devine Malaysian culinary experience like no other.
So kick start your weekend like a true Malaysian and eat Nasi Lemak lah!
3. Restaurant Original Penang Kayu Nasi Kandar
Photo: Alpha @ Flickr
Another Malaysian’s favorite breakfast is of course the Mamak’s place. Some opens for 24 hours, so you’ll never be out of Roti Canai supply throughout they day, even at 3.00 am.
Original Penang Kayu Nasi Kandar at SS2 is another popular place to hit for a simple but hearty breakfast. Since the place opens for 24 hours, you can have breakfast as early as 6.00 am or later at 11.00 am.
Breakfast menu’s are pretty much the same like other Mamak’s, usually ranging from Roti Canai and Teh Tarik to Nasi Lemak and Ayam Goreng.
4. Ah Weng Koh Hainan Tea & Coffee
Photo: Yun Huang Yong @ Flickr
A Chinese Kopitiam is famous among the Roti Bakar lovers, so if you’re into a nice cup of coffee and some good Kaya and Butter toast, then Ah Weng Koh is the place to go.
What makes them so special is the unique taste of Hainan Coffee and Tea, served along their signature Kaya and Butter Toast along with the half boiled eggs. Plus, they have Kaya and Butter Buns too, which is pretty much like the Roti Bakar, but this ones is made using homemade buns, assured to be tasty and delicious.
The place is usually crowded during breakfast hours, so make sure to be early to enjoy the great taste of Hainan Coffee!
5. Ali, Muthu & Ah Hock
A combination of Malay, Indian and Chinese cuisine, Ali, Muthu and Ah Hock has everything you want from the local breakfast delicacies. From Nasi Lemak to Chicken Porridge and Roti Bakar, this place have it all.
The environment and decor is pretty decent too, with a ‘Kopitiam’ theme that brings back good old days memories, it is definitely a place to chill and catch up during the weekend breakfast.
6. La Bodega Telawi 2, Bangsar
Photo: La Bodega Official Facebook
La Bodega is a breakfast place if you’re keen to have a western kind of breakfast. Sunny side up eggs with sausages and baked beans like any other western breakfast set, this Spanish Restaurant serves them with a touch of El Gusto.
Plus the place makes a decent hangout place and ideal for a small gathering with friends or families. Wake your taste buds and try out the delicious and scrumptious taste of western breakfast dishes at La Bodega this weekend!